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WASHINGTON: The United States and China signed an initial trade deal on Wednesday that will roll back some tariffs and boost Chinese purchases of U.S. products, defusing an 18-month row between the world's two largest economies but leaving a number of sore spots unresolved.
WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump's threat to jack up U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods if the world's two largest economies fail to reach a trade deal could raise the price of cellphones, laptops, and toys less than two weeks before Christmas.
KUALA LUMPUR: OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Bhd is the first foreign bank in the country to offer all-in-one digital payment terminals for merchants to integrate and accept all cards and e-payment transactions on a single device.
ALZHEIMER’S disease, a condition where the patient suffers from memory loss due to brain cell malfunction, is often associated with older people. But younger people can also be affected by this irreversible and progressive degenerative disease.
WASHINGTON: China is pushing US President Donald Trump to remove more tariffs imposed in September as part of a “phase one” US-China trade deal, people familiar with the negotiations said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters): China is pushing US President Donald Trump to remove more tariffs imposed in September as part of a "phase one" US-China trade deal, people familiar with the negotiations said on Monday.
Much has been touted lately on the strength of the US consumer but for how long can this so-called last leg of the economy hold up and buffer the world economy?
KUALA LUMPUR: The world’s largest synthetic glove manufacturer, Hartalega Holdings Bhd, is optimistic that the US will remain its biggest export market despite ongoing trade tensions.
BEIJING/WASHINGTON: The United States began imposing 15% tariffs on a variety of Chinese goods on Sunday - including footwear, smart watches and flat-panel televisions - as China began imposing new duties on U.S. crude, the latest escalation in a bruising trade war.
WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - The United States and China gave signs on Thursday that they will resume trade talks as the two economic superpowers discussed the next round of in-person negotiations in September ahead of a looming deadline for additional U.S. tariffs.